Q&A with Toca Blocks Play Designer Mårten Brüggemann

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Ingrid Simone, Toca Magazine Executive Editor
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Toca Blocks — the unique world-building apps that lets kids play in the worlds they create — just got a huge update. We talked with Toca Blocks play designer Mårten Brüggemann about one of the coolest parts of the update: Blocks Codes.

Toca Magazine: What are Blocks Codes, in 20 words or less?

Mårten: Blocks Codes let you import whatever anyone takes a photo of in Toca Blocks and add it to your own worlds. (Toca Magazine: That’s 21 words, but who’s counting?)

Toca Magazine: Why did you add this feature to the app? 

Mårten: Toca Blocks is all about creating constructions and worlds. The interactivity in these creations makes them perfect for sharing and letting someone else try out what you’ve been making.

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Toca Blocks is all about creating constructions and worlds. The interactivity in these creations makes them perfect for sharing.

Toca Magazine: What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen made in Toca Blocks so far? 

Mårten: I really like the big worlds being created. Someone created the Elven town of Rivendell from the Lord of the Rings which I thought was inventive as well as impressive.

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A different but still very cool world.

 

 

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